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Travel / Re: Air Peace Aircraft Develops Engine Failure Mid Air by honourhim: 9:35pm On Nov 05, 2019
Thank God for safe landing


Politics / Border Closure: My Appeal To President Buhari by honourhim: 12:54pm On Oct 30, 2019
My dear president Buhari,

I want to use this medium to make an appeal to you concerning the closure of our land border.

In the late nineties, a certain man was appointed the DG of National Broadcasting Corporation. This man decided to grow Nigerian music which was so unpopular in those days.

He directed all radio and Tv stations to always play 70% of Nigerian music and 30 percent of foreign music. By so doing Nigerian music began to get popular in Nigeria. more talented artistes started coming on board; Artistes like 2face, Psquare, Paul Daira, Showkey, Dbbanj, Nigga raw, faze Timaya, M I, Duncan mighty , Eedris etc started making waves. Then came Olamide, Phyno, Flavour, Simi, Davido, Wizkid

Today Nigerian musicians are making it big both in this country and outside .. Every DJ now plays Nigeria music. This has helped some of our youths to come out of unemployment.

The closure of the land bother is a step in the right direction. It will make Nigerians to start going into manufacturing/ production.

Please dont open the border yet. Hard conditions always make Nigerians to be more creative and thats how we can grow our own production,

The directive that the NBC issued in the 90s concerning our music is still yielding more excellent results to the extent that American stars now want to identify with Naija musicians,

Mr president please keep it up. Do not allow Ghana , Niger and the other countries pressure you into changing this good step you have taken.

For me i will advice that the border remain closed till next year ((2020)

Thank sir
Politics / Re: President Akufo-Addo Speaks On Nigeria Border Closure by honourhim: 10:37am On Oct 30, 2019
what do you poor 200 million poverty capital of the world citizens want from Ghana that you always post Ghanaian news on your stupid site.Leave us alone!!!If you want to feel respected,better solve your extreme poverty and stupid divisions. Ghana's economy is growing at 8% whilst yours is crawling below 2% with your population growth rate of more than 3% being higher than your economic growth rate which is abnormal. To hell with your zoo country and leave Ghana alone.Let any stupid mod ban me for telling you not to report any Ghanaian news on your stinking forum.Poor cows living in a zoo.

What are you doing here?
Politics / Re: Mock Vote For An Igbo Presidential Candidate In 2023 by honourhim: 10:09am On Oct 29, 2019
i here by Present to you the following Candidates that can represent the
South East in the January/February 2023 elections Allen Onyema, Charles Soludo , Ngozi Okonjo Iweala

Please this is a mock vote , if you have a nationally accepted presidential candidate you can include in the comment section , if not you can simply quote the name of any of the 3 with your comments about your preferred candidate .

This is all about galvanizing the Blogoshpere opinion ahead of 2023.

you can vote for more than 2 candidates first choice and second choice but not 3 candidates

For those who believe igbos should never be president , please open you thread in the hate section

Soludo is the man.

Who Is Onyema


Politics / Re: Buhari Is A Curse And This Is Why Igbo's Love Jonathan And Hate Buhari by honourhim: 9:24pm On Oct 26, 2019
You really have time for that bigot trying to downplay my Igboness because I disagree with him.
I would've really wanted to engage him but let me restrain myself.

Oga leave them. Thats how ipob guys behave.

They said i was not Igbo when i was against Nnamdi Kanu. I am still against the Biafra thing

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Politics / Re: A Thread To Show Our Igbo Brothers Some Love by honourhim: 9:16pm On Oct 26, 2019

Was south west loyal to PDP in 1999 Democracy returned to Nigeria in 1999 so no party loyalty needed

Was north west loyal to PDP in 2007 Yes their big goons did and that's why Yaradua was rewarded. Simply politics of smartness

Oga stop lying. There was loyalty.

Yoruba camped in AD.

Also PDP went for Obasanjo to compensate Abiola's issue.

In any case, it appears zoning is dead so let people come out freely and contest, Whoever wins thats it. No big deal about it.


Politics / Re: A Thread To Show Our Igbo Brothers Some Love by honourhim: 9:01pm On Oct 26, 2019

Was south west loyal to PDP in 1999

Was north west loyal to PDP in 2007 ?

An average yoruba man is quite hypocritical so dont be surprised at their attitude here


Politics / Re: A Thread To Show Our Igbo Brothers Some Love by honourhim: 8:55pm On Oct 26, 2019
You guys are using igbo thread to drive traffic

una wehdone oo

Igbo threads drive more traffic for nairaland more than any other so i can understand

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Politics / Re: Buhari Is A Curse And This Is Why Igbo's Love Jonathan And Hate Buhari by honourhim: 8:44pm On Oct 26, 2019

Honestly I would never forgive Jonathan. My company had nodded for the surveillance of all pipeline prior to 2015 general election. Our counterparts in US has made all necessary preparation. I was part of team that suppose to travel to US for training. Unfortunately Jonathan just cancelled our bidding and awarded the pipeline monitoring to Tompolo and gani Adams.
Bcoz of politics Jonathan abandon technology that would detect leakages anywhere and could be shut down at central control room.

Jonathan failed big time. I feel so sad each time i remember it.
Politics / Re: Buhari Is A Curse And This Is Why Igbo's Love Jonathan And Hate Buhari by honourhim: 8:37pm On Oct 26, 2019
Buhari destroyed Nigeria and everything our former great Good luck Jonathan and obasanjo worked hard for.

These are some of Jonathan and obsanjo achievements before buhari destroyed it.

1) goodluck Jonathan and obasanjo made Nigeria to have 24 hours supply after using 16 billion dollars in fixing it, buhari came and destroyed everything.

2)good luck Jonathan fixed all trains and rail lines in Nigeria, buhari came and destroyed it

3)Jonathan completed the second Niger bridge, buhari came and destroyed it

4)Jonathan and Igbo aviation minister made Enugu Airport world standard (even though flood and grass were present there) then buhari came and destroyed it.

5)Jonathan priotise south south sea ports and everything where working, buhari came and destroyed it.

6)Jonathan made Nigeria universities not to have strike

7)Jonathan government was corruption free

coolJonathan made Nigeria to eat local rice and buhari came and destroyed it

9)boko haram was destroyed by Jonathan, buhari came and resurrected them.

10) Jonathan made Nigeria heaven and buhari came and destroyed everything our Jonathan and obasanjo worked hard for. This is why buhari is hated

I can agree with you on this one to a reasonable extent

Dont mind my people and their stupld hatred for Buhari.

Though i was disappointed in Buhari's first tenure, his second tenure is moving on well.

By the time he will present his second tenure report card, shame go catch his haters.

Jonathan remains a huge failure..
Politics / Re: 2023 Igbo Presidency: We Need 2 South-East Governors, Senators To Defect To APC by honourhim: 7:54pm On Oct 26, 2019


Trash. Ohaneze youths should look for more reeasonable thing too engage in and not silly politics.

Those who wants to be president should walk their way through and stop disturbing us with Igbo presidency nonsense

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Politics / Re: Why Nigerians Should Reject Igbo Presidency In 2023 by honourhim: 9:34pm On Oct 25, 2019

That means you haven't been to Igbo land. If you take away former capital territory Lagos and current capital city Abuja, there is no where in Nigeria more developed than Igbo cities and towns.

Igbos dont wait for power to make things happen

Unfortunately you are educating someone whose brain is too infantile to understand your point.


Politics / Re: Why We’re Against Nigerian Govt’s IPPIS, By ASUU by honourhim: 8:52pm On Oct 25, 2019
Criminals. You are afraid your nyash go open

Which nyash? Dont expose your ignorance.
Refute the points they have made with superior points. Thats how to comment,

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Politics / Re: Why We’re Against Nigerian Govt’s IPPIS, By ASUU by honourhim: 8:09pm On Oct 25, 2019
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has given reasons why it rejected the plan by the Federal Government to enrol university workers into IPPIS, saying it violated university autonomy.
The ASUU Coordinator in Lagos zone, Prof. Olusiji Sowande, who stated this at a press conference held at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, FUNAAB, on Thursday, said that the policy was not acceptable to the union.
Mr Sowande noted that it was important for the Federal Government to consider the peculiarities of the universities and their enabling laws before such decisions could be made.
He added that universities operated differently from the civil service and should, therefore, not be seen as appendages of ministries, departments and agencies of government.
“In addition to the Act establishing each university, there is the Universities Miscellaneous Provisions (Amendment) Act, 2003.
“The Act states in Section 2(A) that the power of the council shall be exercised as in the laws and statutes of each university and to that extent, the establishment circulars that are inconsistent with the laws and statutes of the university shall not apply to the university.
“IPPIS will not recognise nor adequately capture the flexibility and peculiarities of the university system in terms of replacement/recruitment of staff,” he said.
Mr Sowande explained that ASUU believed that President Muhammadu Buhari would not violate his oath of office, but would rather abide by the constitution and the law of the land.
He added that the union was not opposed to accountability and transparency in handling public funds.https://dailynigerian.com/why-were-against-nigerian-govts-ippis-by-ASUU/?
Mynd44 oam4j lalasticlala

Politics / Re: Why Nigerians Should Reject Igbo Presidency In 2023 by honourhim: 7:52pm On Oct 25, 2019
Igbo people thinks they can blackmail other Nigerians in to supporting their quest for president.

The truth is that the current crops of Igbo leaders are too corrupt, greedy, self-centered and does not have what it takes to keep Nigeria united as safe.

After President Buhari, power should rotate to the Northeast before coming to the Southeast for Igbos.

Dont worry yourself about us. Just bring out a good candidate from the north east in 2023 and we will vote for him..

Any president that will put in place the basic infrastructure that will make business very effective is okay by us.

If Osibanjo can do it we will vote for him. Forget about our Ipob brothers. If they dont want to vote we will vote.


Politics / Re: Nyerere: Igbo Better Treated Under Buhari Government Than 16 Years Of PDP by honourhim: 11:13am On Oct 25, 2019


I agree with this submission.

Buhari is treating us better in terms of infrastructure than Jonathan did.

Jonatjna;s appointments did not help us much.

My people should stop being biased about everything Buhari does pls.

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Politics / Re: We Want Biafra Not Igbo Presidency - Bishop Udeh. by honourhim: 9:08pm On Oct 23, 2019
He is right that only the poor people are supporting Biafra. That's why it has remained a pipe dream.

Yea. More of drivers, mechanics, traders, artiisans and a few enlightened men.

The rest of the enlightened men in Igbo land still believes in Nigeria
Politics / Re: We Want Biafra Not Igbo Presidency - Bishop Udeh. by honourhim: 8:58pm On Oct 23, 2019
But they abandoned Biafra struggle for vice president during the last election. We are finding it difficult to differentiate IPOB from PDP till date because of unsuccessful vice president slot.

Dont reason like a fool.

Even after seeing the very low turn out of voters in the south east you still reason like Tufiakwa.

Does ipob record low number of crowd when they are pursuing whatever they believe in?

Try and reason well for once. Those people that voted are Igbos who still believe in Nigeria. The ipob guys didnt vote.

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Politics / Re: Questions To Ipob Members Here by honourhim: 9:12pm On Oct 20, 2019
The kind of leaders we have in Igbo land have not done fantastic job here to prove to us that Biafra will be a wonderland so dont give me your crap about a Biafra that will be free of the kind of lackluster leadership we ve had over the years here.
Politics / Re: IPOB: Why Can’t Nigeria Move On Without Biafra? by honourhim: 5:14pm On Oct 20, 2019
I am not a fan of Biafra though.

The only thing that baffles me is how northerners tremble each time they hear of Biafra,

Is the north so hopeless, helpless and useless to the extent that they cant exist alone without Biafra?

Igbos support resource control but the north doesnt.

Igbos support restructuring but the north doesnt.

Igbos support regional government but the north doesnt.

Igbos support true federalism but the north doesmt.

Igbos support secession but the north doesnt.

The only thing that the north want is this idiotic and satanic system they are running now. QUITE A BIG SHAME ON THEM,


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Politics / Finally The Two Best Governors Of The South east Since 1999 by honourhim: 12:38pm On Oct 16, 2019
Obviously the two governors who served their states best when they were governors are-

Sullivan Chime of Enugu state and Peter Obi of Anambra.

Sullivan hated praise singers and barred them from blowing trumpet of his achievements hence many Nigerians didnt hear much about his achievement.
Peter Obi did same and he demystified the office of the govern. He comes to any occasions and mix freely with people. Any church service he attends late he will sit at the back like every other person.

Were it not for the humility of these two leaders, people would made so much noise of their various achievements when they were governors.

check out this thread and see what people have to say about them

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Politics / Re: BREAKING!!! Nigerians Vote Yahaya Bello As Worst Governor In Nigeria(photos) by honourhim: 10:47am On Oct 14, 2019
Abia state is the second runner up to Kogi.

Some governors are so useless.
Politics / Re: Chukwuma Umeoji Rejects Toll Gates In South East by honourhim: 5:55pm On Oct 10, 2019
We reject toll gate everywhere ..If Buhari Is looking for money the he should start Taxing Herdsmen 5 billion dollars a year Beef business .. Herdsmen make a lot more money than all Nigerians yet are never taxed

Herdsmen also raised millions of naira for his re-election during the campaign, so why cant they pay tax?

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Politics / Re: Junaid Mohammed: Igbos Can Go To Hell If Denied 2023 Presidency, Nobody Will Beg by honourhim: 9:40pm On Oct 08, 2019
Igbo's can go to South Africa, to have there freedom, not Nigeria.

It appears you reason like a BEAST

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Politics / Re: Junaid Mohammed: Igbos Can Go To Hell If Denied 2023 Presidency, Nobody Will Beg by honourhim: 9:20pm On Oct 08, 2019
. You think you are talking to a toddler huh?

I can swear with my life that the idiot is a confirmed Yoruba Muslim

I am not a newbie here oga

If you are sure , okay o/

During the days when Nnamdi Kanu and his IPOB where agitating, Ipob guys here called me Yoruba just because i wasnt in support of them.

It took people who knew me here for long and my past posts to convince them that i am Igbo.

As much as possible lets not be quick to brand every opposing voice here a Yoruba unless one is very sure. Thats my point.

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Politics / Re: Junaid Mohammed: Igbos Can Go To Hell If Denied 2023 Presidency, Nobody Will Beg by honourhim: 8:47pm On Oct 08, 2019
silence my brothers from the other side , you don,'t need to reply junaid , if igbos should go to hell where will the north go? lake of fire , because right now the north is in hell.

grin grin grin. They dont know how southern youth corp members avoid being posted to serve in their useless northern region


Politics / Re: Junaid Mohammed: Igbos Can Go To Hell If Denied 2023 Presidency, Nobody Will Beg by honourhim: 8:42pm On Oct 08, 2019
I have always maintained that 2023 will determine whether Nigeria will remain United as a Country or disintegrate.What is it that people like Junaid are doing specially for Nigeria to make them think that they deserve to retain the Throne of Nigeria for ever.Northern citizens have governed Nigeria more than any region of this country yet,they are the least developed,poorest and and the least educated,most corrupt etc.It is on record that their leaders watered the ground for the bloodletting that is today called Boko Haram.point one positive legacy that one Nigerian leader of Nothern extraction has bequeathed on this Nation.Rather Nigeria inherited trillions of dollars debt from their military leaders that took the intervention of Ibos in Obasanjo's cabinet to get the paris club to write off the huge debt burden.
Junaidu or whatever they call him should save his breath for his day of waterloo.

The man is just making himself a monument of disgrace.


Politics / Re: Junaid Mohammed: Igbos Can Go To Hell If Denied 2023 Presidency, Nobody Will Beg by honourhim: 8:15pm On Oct 08, 2019

You need help to understand simple tings tasks. Who is talking abut repairing any roads now. Everybody knows that SE federal roads are the worse in the country, but the UNITARY Nigeria government are so clueless that they can build the tollgates on road leading to hell. But we are saying that we don't need those tolls.

Jonathan left south east roads in a worst state than he met it.

He spent almost six years as president and failed to repair our roads.

Buhari is the one working on them now.

Jonathan failed big time abeg. Make una no dey cover that man. He really failed in putting good infrastructure in the south. Including his Bayelsa state.


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